This photo from the free storm inspection showed the damage incurred from the hail storm.
Here the crews tear off the old shingles.
After the Ice & Water Barrier is installed in the eaves and valleys of the home, Trinity's crews installed valley metal as extra protection for the roof against rain.
These distinct pink Owens Corning bundles mean the crews are ready to install new shingles on the roof.
Once the roof is finished, crews remove the old siding and installed housewrap, a moisture mitigation membrane, before the siding materials go on.
Here is a photo from the home's final inspection. The gray siding updates the home's appearance, and the new roof is a definite appeal in the event the homeowners decide to move in the next few years.
The roofing, siding, and gutters of this Brooklyn Park home showed the destructive nature of hail storms. All three needed complete replacement. Trinity Exteriors installed new Owens Corning Duration shingles in Driftwood for the roof, and Mastic Carvedwood Woodgrain vinyl siding in Harbor Gray. And finally, the gutters are seamless aluminum in white.